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, but then they panned it, got fired immediately after it, and in a weird ending of his tenure. i bet the momentum that pandett it gave the bank continues and the story is calming down. after it closed thursday we get results from capital one. you want a great growth opportunity? i bet capital one is one of the best we hear from. terrific credit card franchise augmented by the recent acquisition of banking assets from ing. i like this stock. then there's intel. what can intel do about the fact that personal computer saultz finished down 6% last year? a staggering decline. do nothing. the new ceo beckons and maybe something is missing. i don't think so, though. there's more to life than a good semi conductor company. my charitable trust prefers qualcomm. general electric reports on friday. this is a huge friday. i'm going to get fired up. get up at 2:30 really. used to the cnbc alarm clock. the bar has been set low by management at an analyst meeting last month. they said some things that were disappointing. i think that's terrific news from ge shareholders because it gives them a chance to beat ex
." joy reid is managing editor of the grio. most are msnbc analysts. joy, your bet. do the pennsylvania type guys who go out when they're supposed to shoot, practice shooting and get good at it with a couple shots, that's all you get with a deer, are they going to go with the nuts? >> you know what, chris? i mean, i grew up in colorado. i grew up around people who were military, ex-military, people who hunted, you know, colorado is a big hunting state. and i don't think anyone that i have ever met that is a responsible gun owner can side with these, you know, for lack of a better word, these loony tunes who are out here because they're doing something different. they're stockpiling. they're getting assault rivals. these are not i don't rememberal gun owners. what you're hearing from now is the absolute fringe, and, unfortunately, they're being allowed to speak for the pro second amendment crowd. >> david, we're going to show the worst of the worst in a minute but first your thoughts. will the regular gun owners, the people that are in the nra in pennsylvania and they vote, democrat or r
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capital one. i bet we get one of the best quarters from one of the financials. and i like this stock. then there is intel. what can intel do about the fact that the personal computer sales finished down 6%, a staggering decline? do nothing. new ceo beckons and maybe something missing. i don't think so, though. more to life than a good yielding slow growing company. and i prefer broadcom. and a huge friday. everybody will really tired. not me. i about tired up. i will get up at 2:30, use the cnbc alarm clock. bar set low by management and it aisle ails me last month. i think it's terrific news for shareholders it gives the company a chance to beat. i think ge could be a standout next week. my charitable trust, big position, general electric. johnson controls comes in on friday, and last time this company spoke, they delivered sharply better than expected numbers, you know what? i still think the company should break itself up to bring up immediate value. that stock would go up 10 first if they would announce that on friday. schlumbe,slb for you home gamers. what can i say about slob?
. that's a nice bet . >> that is a nice bet. >> that's a big commitment for a week. >> i guess they just take their stuff out and put it aside. >> i want to mention we had gore de vol on earlier. there's a dvd documentary out about his career. i've not seen it yet. supposed to be funny . every other day is halloween available online now i guess. >> all right. winds continue out there. temperatures a lot colder overnight. we were 70 yesterday and the day before. today we'll be lucky to get into the upper 40. >> look at the wind how it's affecting the camera. >> the wind continues to howl out there. even with the bright sunshine doesn't feel terribly warm. wind advisory. let me mention that again. continues until 6:00. the winds are gusting at times. 45 maybe 50 miles per hour. and that's enough to cause local power outages. with the heavy rain we had last night. so just be ready for those windy conditions. noticeably colder. when i got in it was 60. and temperatures falling a good 15 degrees. 46 in leonard town. 30s to the north and to the west. 36 in winchester. 37 in hagerstown. the chi
you to that bet. it is time for you to smoke pot. he said i will. i will smoke a joint. that lasted for about a day. then the next day he had to say i'm going to have to step away from my bet. i'm not going to be able to fulfill it. his wife got really pissed at him. she said you have grandkids now and what kind of example do you think you're setting for your grandkids so he is not going to smoke marijuana as he promised in a bet. >> bill: what a wimp. >> totally wimped up. >> bill: the example you set for your grandkids is you obey the law. the law allows you to smoke pot. therefore i'm a law-abiding citizen. robert from marlboro, massachusetts. >> caller: good morning. >> bill: what do you think? >> caller: well, obviously the scouts, they go through a background check to be a scoutmaster. and i think exposing the youth to an alternative lifestyle will be a good thing. progressive and positive. you know, allowing gay men to become scoutmasters and active in the troops and -- will be a good thing. >> bill: what do you think if mississippi or missouri or tennessee still wants to hav
along. i also am somewhat of a contrarian in china and the far east. i think things are going to bet better as the year progresses, the eurozone should benefit from the easy monetary policies that they've seen and we don't, we're not even arguing about a financial crisis in the eurozone right now. interest rates have come down in the harmed countries, so when i wrap it all together and i've got about ten other reasons why i like the stock market. i think the market is probably going to be up what it was this year. about 13% or so. i'm -- >> double what a lot -- >> well that's a bullish way, 10, 12, 13% of the market. gina martin adams is an equity strategist at wells fargo securities. ned talks off a lot of things, unemployment. auto, housing, asia. you put those same things into a mix and you don't get as optimistic a view as he does. >> it's more likely the market takes a little bit of pous and a lot of that is because of policy and everything that's going on in washington, creating some degree of limited risk tolerance. but the other key component is earnings. the market has risen
. >> you bet. you bet. >>> what are these gun task force meetings doing to gun stocks? christine romans breaks it down next. and our "starting point" team heads in to talk about that and much more. good morning. >>> welcome back to "starting point." i'm christine romans minding your business. s & p 500 hit a five- year high. closing at the highest level since december 2007. u.s. stock futures are flat this morning. wells fargo reports fourth quarter earnings before the bell. >>> the massive flu outbreak costing the economy about $83 billion, according to statistics based on 2011. that's the direct costs. indirect costs from lost productive, $6.2 billion annually. 17 million work days are lost due to flu-related illness. nyc's new york's comptroller have called for businesses to give paid sick leave so contagious people don't come to work anyway. >> i don't like sick people. >> that's why we have an epidemic. >> go ahead. >> gun stocks fell again after more gun force task meet negotiation washington. stearns rulinger over 3%. walmart attended the white house meeting after initially citin
're welcome. >> happy new year, christine. >> you too, joe. >> you bet. >>> the senate missed the fiscal cliff deadline and we don't know what's going to happen in the house. how are americans viewing the stalemate in washington? alison kosik, with the clock running it's appropriate she's at a new york diner, tick tock. how is it looking over there, alison? >> reporter: you took the words right out of my mouth, joe, we are at the tick tock diner, we appro po because the clock has been ticking on congress to make the decision and this is a great diner, not only people from new york are here but people across the world are here. i ran into fazad from l.a. happy new year. >> thank you, happy new year. >> reporter: you're frustrated how lawmakers handled this. >> right, i think delaying it isn't a solution and a solution is someone has to give up something at some point and the politics right now sore heavy handed that i don't feel like in two months we'll come away with something people will be happy with. like me i'm a teacher in l.a. and politicians should be working for, they're so far removed
are not betting against a further rally, a strong rally now that we had this fiscal deal. the indicators at the moment are for a flatter open for u.s. indices. >> steve sedgwick, thank you very much. >>> with so much time an energy devoted to the fiscal cliff, there were other big issues on capitol hill that got put off until the new congress arrives tomorrow. that includes a bill to help those effected by superstorm sandy. a package was passed last week by the senate, now lawmaker also have to start the process from scratch because legislation does not carry over from the last congress to this new one. for those hit hardest by the storm, the frustration was bipartisan. >> this congress is apparently leaving town without responding to that emergency. there's not one of us, not one of us in this congress that could not be in the same position. and i'm deeply disappointed, mr. speaker. and the people who have been damaged by sandy, including governor christie, a republican, and governor cuomo, a democrat, should be deeply disappointed and, yes, angry. >> we have a moral obligation to hold
. but with the debt and spike over the spending cut the triple-a thing i wouldn't bet on. >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: thanks for joining us for our first show of 2013. my goal this year -- stop it, greg -- is have more fun than any other show on cable news. plen of that for you today. in illinois strip clubs now charge $3 a head and the money goes to charity. true story. hollywood celebs put out a psa on gun control. beckel says diet and for size will kill you. we'll explain that one the clowns in d.c. held us hostage for three months over the fiscal cliff. the u.s. house and senate agreed on a plan. after the wrappingalling, horse trading and bab stabbing, what did they come up with? this graph on the left shows the revenue increases. $62 billion. on the right is how much we add to deficit ever year. i call this a fiscal farce. taxes going up. mandatory sequestration wasn't mandatory after all. we've been told another bottle of d.c. snake oil. in the end, president
war room." >> thank you. >> thanks, governor. >> jennifer: you bet. in the 41 days since the tragedy at newtown, 41 days now, at least 1121 americans have died due to gun violence. of course, those who die are just a fraction of the victims of gun violence. 13-year-old gabriel clark of massachusetts is still recovering after being shot last friday. it's tragic that something so horrific could happen to someone so young but the circumstances are even worse. gabriel was walking to his church to attend choir practice when a car drove past him. someone from the car shot him in the stomach. the pastor said that gabriel told him even through the pain that god had saved his life. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything. >> only on current tv. >> jennifer: you know that every two minutes someone in the united states is sexual assaulted? the great majority of those attacks are on women. women like debra parker, who spoke before a group of congressional leaders about violence against women ac
cents, energy bear, efy, outperforming today the leveraged etf makes a triple bearish bet on energy market, a trifecta if you like. sandra: a new report out from fannie mae giving a lift to two housing-related plays, sill yo and trillo. 40% of the people think home prices will go up in the new year. >>> earnings season about to kick off. we have an analyst from thomson reuters with three stocks, he said, ashley will beat. he has three stocks that he thinks will beat earnings estimates. they may surprise you. ashley: get a pen and paper. write them down. the college bowl season reaching its pique as noter -- peak as notre dame takes on alabama. would that be better or worse for business though? we'll investigate. sandra: we certainly will. first we'll take, tell you what drove the markets today with today's data download. stocks falling with all three major averages closing lower as investors get ready for tomorrow's start of fourth quarter earnings season, everybody. s&p index retreating from a five-year high to end in the red. utilities and energy was the day's worst-performing sec
'm betting chesapeake energy would not agree he to this unless they knew they passed the test, all that have bodes pretty well for more energy production in this country. what do you think the left thinks of all of this, new drilling, fracking, democrat don peebles joins the company for the entire hour, ten o'clock eastern this morning. dp did you see this? i was on steven colbert. he went after me because i dared to suggest that the show "downton abbey" poses a threat to the left because it it of shows the rich in a positive light. >> along comes the show downtown abby rich people feature, generous, nice people, create jobs for heavens sake, classy, they've got style and we love them. that show is wildly popular. which poses a threat to the left, doesn't it? >> yes, it does. >> yes, it does, the popularity of "downton abbey" proves that america moves rich guys, the same way the popularity of breaking bad moves america loves meth dealers. [laughter] that's very good, it is funny and i'm laughing, i think that was a laugh track by the way, but i'm not backing down, not backing off. more about
" continues. host: by next guest work -- wrote this book, "bet the farm." let me start by using your subtitle. how did food stop being food? guest: so much of the focus an emphasis on the food problem and the hundred problem has been on the industrialization of the food system. what we have seen again and again is the fact that large businesses are taking over the food stream. this was the first wave food stopped being food. food became part of their spread sheet. became part of their profit and loss statement. i started thinking, how else has to stop being food? is stopping food and became a legal construct in terms of genetic modification. it stopped being food and became a marketing tool in terms of sustainability. it stopped being food and became a political tool that the united nations. and finally and most dangerously, who has become one of the most -- i should say, newest financial derivatives. wall street has started to use food as a financial plaything. this has been a dire circumstance for food, the ultimate way to have stopped being food. host: to take a quote from your book, you s
the technology area right now. last year, i bet on the cues. the year before i bet on the qs. i hear the case about slowing earnings, but the stocks have already slowed down. apple is 200 points below its high. if you start to look at them statistically, the price earnings ratios on big cap stocks are less than the s&p 500. the future, the future growth, secular growth of the industry has got to be twice that of the s&p, yet it's got a p/e ratio that's 3 percentage points less. 3 multiple points. the other factor i like about it is, this is the reason employment growth hasn't been strong. substitution of labor for capital, clearly we've seen productivity rise because of what's going on in technology. the world still has to be wired without any question whatsoever. and i get back to this valuation issue again, if you look at free cash flow, enterprise value versus free cash flow, the top five stocks in the big tech index are selling at half of the multiple that they were five and ten years ago. my god, this is an industry that's gone bananas on one side of the earnings and yet the price earnin
that ships have been leaving from libya, and that they may have weapons. >> ah, i bet you can figure out where those news reports came from. fox news and other conservative outlets are pushing a conspiracy theory about gun running from libya to turkey in order to arm the rebels in syria. it's pretty crazy stuff, but it doesn't stop there. >> at any time did you see the initial attack on a monitor? or the president? >> congressman, there was no monitor, there was no realtime. he got the surveillance videos some weeks later. that was the first time we saw any video of the attack. >> take a guess where this crackpot theory came from. >> oh, and did i mention the state department was watching this unfold in realtime. >> really? hannity's got intel there was a direct line of video feed of the attack. places like also pushed the video conspiracy. this was not a useful hearing at all. no new useful information was obtained today. this was political hackery at its worst, or should i say at its best for the republicans. republicans used this hearing for everything except getting to
reid is managing editor of the grio. both are msnbc analysts. joy, your bet. do the pennsylvania-type guys who go out when they're supposed to shoot, practice shooting and get good at it with a couple shots, that's all you get with a deer, are they going to go with the nuts? >> you know what, chris? i mean, i grew up in colorado. i grew up around people who were military, ex-military, people who hunted. you know, colorado is a big hunting state. and i don't think anyone that i have ever met that is a responsible gun owner can side with these, you know, for lack of a better word, these loony tunes who are out here because they're doing something different. they're stockpiling. they're getting assault rifles. these are not normal gun owners. what you're hearing from now is the absolute fringe, and, unfortunately, they're being allowed to speak for the pro-second amendment crowd. >> david, we're going to show the worst of the worst in a minute, but first your thoughts. will the regular gun owners, the people that are in the nra in pennsylvania and they vote, democrat or republican,
." >> thanks. >> jennifer: you bet. and up next new state legislatures mean a wave of new state laws some are good and some are bad. we'll talk about that whwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh >> i think it's brilliant. (vo) first, news and analysis with a washington perspective from an emmy winning insider. >> i know this stuff, and i love it. (vo) followed by humor and politics with a west coast edge. bill press and stephanie miller. >> what a way to start the day. [ ryon ] eating shrimp at red lobster is a fantastic experience. 30 shrimp for $11.99. i can't imagine anything better. you're getting a ton of shrimp and it tastes really good! [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's 30 shrimp for just $11.99! choose any two of five savory shrimp selections like mango jalapeÑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. two delicious shrimp selections on one plate! all with salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. 30 shrimp, just $11.99 for a limited time. wow, that's a lot of shrimp. i'm ryon stewart i'm the ultimate shrimp lover, and
on amazon. the grand deception. as always. good to talk with you. >> you bet. lou: better heads prevail at today board meeting. aig will not be joining the lawsuit against the government to save it from bankruptcy. wisdom sometimes does have rewards. afg stock rose hire. along with the rest of the market. adelle of 62 points. nasdaq up 14. volume traded on the big board. the officials say they have complete confidence despite mechanical issues with another 787, this time in japan. caught fire at boston's logan international. this survey in different at logan. stock up today after two days of losses. up next here ten weeks after super storms in the, the ongoing wait for federal aid makes hurricane katrina look a lot better than some people have been telling us, like the national liberal media. the subject of our "chalk talk" tonight. congressional democrats urging the president to advance his imperialists presidency. the president showing, well, constraint. her comin ♪ >> we, as a state can have waited 72 days, seven times longer than the victims of hurricane katrina waited. one thing
information. >> i bet [ inaudible ] has never done that. [ laughter ] >> or maybe he has. >> stephanie: did he think it was giving an interview to a doctor. this is televised. >> apparently this is a symptom or leftover of a gastric bypass. [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: you guys share a bathroom here. roker said -- >> schneiderman. >> stephanie: right. talk about gastric bypass surgery. he said i probably ate something i wasn't supposed to. and he was walking to the white house and thought he had a little gas and something else came out. schneiderman said you pooped your pants? i pooped my pants, confirmed roker. not terribly. schneiderman said, which is a common effect of this surgery. exactly he said, i was panicking, so i went to the restroom of the press room, threw away my underwear and then went commando. and so he left the poopy underwear at the white house. >> oh, my god! >> along with a paper towel. who is going to know. >> stephanie: if joe biden used that bathroom that is a big [ censor bleep ] deal. oh, god, who was in here? al? do not go in there. we'll be rig
bet. >> make sure you join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good thursday morning. i'm melissa wlee wilee with jim and david faber. let's get a check on u.s. futures and how we're setting up. positive data out of china. china exports came in much stronger than expected. jobless claims coming in 9,000 above consensus estimates. a higher open at this point, dow about 52 1/2, s&p looking to open up 8. as for the picture in europe, of course all eyes are on the esc presser, ecb and bank of england leaving rates unchanged. the question is will draghi open the door for the possibility of a cut. so that's on our radar. italy biggest gainer there up more than 1%. our road map this morning starts in washington. jack lew officially nominated as treasury chief. lew is known for his role in the being acrimonious talks in 2011. what could it mean this time. >> tiffany disappoints again with weaker holiday sales. there was weakness in the americas, strength in asia. so how much of a read through to the rest of retail is this earnings report? >>> nokia shares soaring this
. and when that doesn't happen, you can bet i'm going to raise a stink. i think that's a healthy impulse. if you look at what business as usual has gotten us here in washington over the past couple decades, i think it's a good thing that the congress would do well to have more people whether they be conservative or liberal who want to sort of break up this established order of things. jon: yeah. jenna: some great insights from steven hayes. we'll hear from you throughout the day, i'm sure, stephen, on this. as steven pointed out, 2010 was really defined by the tea party. what will define this next congress? what will we see as we take a look, if we can as well, on the house as the votes continue. we expect the results in the next hour or so. just an interesting point of trivia for you, eric cantor, congressman eric cantor, sometimes questioned about his loyalty to speaker boehner just cast his vote, and he voted for john boehner to maintain his speakership. we'll be right back with more "happening now." against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. live the regular
and challenges with all three. if i had to bet i bet they all are confirmed and that hagel will be the toughest but ultimately will get through. the larger issue, with brennan going to c.i.a. and with jack lew going to treasury this is the effective consolidation of the white house and the president directly over treasury and c.i.a. and c.i.a. nominally an independent agency. >>gregg: these are corner -- cronies? >> yes and it is worrisome. >>gregg: pat, especially hagel who has said to republicans, troubling things about iran, hamas, hezbollah. >> said troubling things to democrats and not just republicans and he will be the most problematic. we see president obama and his chief of staff will either be biden's or the deputy of tom donnalyn, all white males, to drop the mask of pretense of bipartisanship, pushing the agenda through and the discussion each of them is what we can do in terms of ignoring the law. but hagel has real problems. >> john, you have pointed out that republicans are in disarray. does that make it impossible for them to oppose the nominations? >> it makes it harder. the bi
of arizona you have a very large elderly population. so is medicare on the table for you? >> you bet. i've said from the very beginning and every campaign event i've been to and every forum i've been to that we've got to change the structure to make it sustainable in the long-term. i support the ryan plan. i support premium support, for example. we've got to raise the retirement age. we've got to, with social security, do the change c.p.i. there are a lot of things we need to do and it's not going to be just one or another. it's probably all of them. >> and so for you, jeff flake, who should do -- who should be doing the negotiating, do you think? because in this last round we just saw that it was vice president joe biden and your leader over there in the senate, mitch mcconnell. guest: right, i hope that it's regular order. that's one thing that we've seen in the 113th or 112th congress that has not been good. we've moved away from regular order. we haven't done appropriation bills one by one in the house. we certainly tried. but with the senate not one appropriation bill went through.
. >> yeah, i bet. i bet. you from illinois as i mentioned. just outside of chicago. >> from wisconsin. milwaukee area. >> okay. milwaukee. you were a bulls fan, right? >> pretty much. pretty much. >> not anymore. >> have to cheer for your home team. they are the champs. i had no problem going there and doing the thing. >> this has gone viral. can you believe it? 100,000 views. pretty incredible, right. mike, congratulations. >> thank you. >> if you want, i'm available to take some of that money from you. >> mike, no. you pay your bills, go see your mother. >> congratulations. no, enjoy this win. enjoy this moment. so glad you came in to spend time with us. all right, christine. >>> best advice from one of the stars of tv's "mob wives." big ang. >>> and if you don't know her, you should. one of the most colorful women on television today. >>> and the bomb she will revelation in the jonbenet ramsey case. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ ph
and something else to make it work. you can bet the senate will ask hagel, how will you make it work, senator and he won't have an answer. >> by that time hopefully he will have an answer. colonel jack jacobs. good to see you. savannah. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton returns to capitol hill with heated questions about the terror attack on benghazi, libya. andrea hitmitchell has this sto. >> introduce iing john kerry toe senate confirmation hearing he chaired. it's a safe bet he will get a better reception than the hostile reception they gave hillary clinton on benghazi. after nearly five hours of gruelling testimony, clinton showed rare public emotion talking about the deaths of ambassador chris stevens and three others in benghazi. >> for me, this is not just a matter of policy, it's personal. i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag drape caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arms around the mothers and fathers, the sisters and brothers, the sons and daughters and the lives left alone to raise their children. >> she took the blame for the tragedy. >> i
. >> exactly. >> the stores are not staff when sunny hostin whips out her black mx. >> that's right. >> i bet you were nothing nice in the mall on sale day. >> i like to shop. >> i can see it in your eye. >> i do. and i like a deal. >> what's your favorite thing to shop for? >> shoes. >> okay. go ahead and show them. don't show too much. >> and i got them on sale. >> she's very proud, folks. we'll have "the skinny" coming up. stay with us. >> using my debit card. ♪ skinny, so skinny >>> skinny in the house! >> that was good. that was good. good pitch. >> impressive. willis, you're going to make it in this business. i have a feeling. obviously it's award season. so the sag awards were last night. they did something funny to start off the show. they went around to different stars and told stories how they got their break in the business. sophia of "modern family" fame, check it out. >> i grew up in a very traditional catholic home. my father told me if i ever did anything artistic, i was going to look like a hooker. i told him, with these huge boobs i inherited from your mother, i already loo
. it is all hagel all the time. it is as close as you get in washington, d.c. to a safe bet. john brennan a lot of experience within the cia. he has developed a very good relationship with obama and the white house over the past few years. in a sense, they are choosing the safe road because i think they understand they are in for a bit of a battle with hagel. connell: they may have nominated brennan in the fast. the technique came up and they did not want to go through it. apparently, now they are okay going through it. >> i think in a sense it is a passage of time. i think they probably would have gotten the nod before. you have this bizarre story that is been brought up as a result of the release of that film. it is a bit of a name issue. connell: what did you think of the movie? >> it is good entertainment. hollywood does what hollywood does. they make some choices. they have strong leads. it is good entertainment. that part of it is that the senators seem to be mistaking entertainment for reality. what this film is depicting as it does not match our perception. connell: it does show p
've got to bet you're going to be seeing a lot of that loopy loop signature in about a year. thank you very much indeed. the dow industrials opened 52 points higher, 13,400, even though we're going to take 200 billion out of the economy this year, and nancy pelosi is talking about more tax increases still to come. maybe everybody thinks that ben is just going to keep on printing, maybe that's why we're at 13-4. a disturbing number for you, makes you question what kind of society this is. humane and generous or entitlement and dependency crazy? listen to this, one in four children participated in the food stamp program in 2011 that's according to the agriculture department and census department. about 20 million children being fed by the taxpayer. mother of two, nicole petallides, libertarian, john stossel join me now. nicole, first of all to you, you had a rant yesterday about kids and the way they're being brought up. but the defenders of the food stamp program say that 20 million kids, they will be healthy kids and this helps the economy. what do you say? >> i want to a, make it clea
-to-date on the homebuilder stocks. you are making big money if you bet on homebuilders, melissa. melissa: jeff flock, thanks so much. lori: where would you go if you were looking for the ultimate shopping spree, using data from visa and mastercard holders, and calculating average amounts from millions of transactions, sound technical, has the list so you can shop like a rock star and drop thousands in one visit. number five is maxfield in l.a. where an average visit will set you back $2258. melissa: nice. lori: in new york, could cost you about $2649 per visit. i never heard of these stores. there you go, in boston. thank you. would set you back a little more than $2800. melissa: not that i've been there. lori: of course not. second place on the list, almost 3,000 per visit giorgio armani. any guesses number one? oscar de la renta in new york where the average shopper spends over $3,000. melissa: who are these people? lori: i know. melissa: you? lori: i didn't know half the names of the stores. melissa: not me. lori: all i know about is here. store it in the oven. melissa: who are these people? p
in 2016. >> some people have said that -- >> i would bet a lot of money that that will never happen. >> you will? >> is that right? >> i was just in chicago. a lot of people are betting on it. mark kirk will be up, and he was a great senator, but he's had a stroke. >> he's had a stroke and was incapacitated and just returned as they swore in the new senate three weeks ago and walked up the steps in a show -- >> full disclosure, i didn't think hillary clinton was going to run for the senate either. >> i think there will be a lot of pressure on her to be a logical choice. >> let's return to talking investing in the investing climate. the president's first term marked by major gains in the stock market. i think his was the third best first term performance for the industrials, second only following franklin roosevelt. but second terms don't generally turn out as well both politically and in terms of investing. the average is something like 10%. what does the president need to do, what can he do to foster a better investing climate and maybe take some of the anti-business rhetoric out o
a broken wing. please. hah hah! ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> suckers! >> stephanie: i bet he did say that. he just signed it in hawaii by auto pen. and then he wrote suckers. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: susie in florida, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi susie. >> caller: hi. i want to talk about the nra's plan to arm schools. i think they should higher veterans. >> someone suggested the national guard -- >> stephanie: you know, i have to say. i do have a little bit of concern with the amount of posttraumatic stress syndrome that we have with the vets that have served. believe me, i understand, because i'm not a parent that you want to do immediately what is going to protect your kid. so i don't want to say that should be off the table but i don't want to introduce more guns and more people with mental problems. >> caller: between that and training teachers to use weapons. come on. the whole thing is asinining. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i don't understand the philosophy behind it. but i think there's a lot of out of work military people that could use so
of different kinds of jobs, too. >> you bet. 25 percent work in retail. wal-mart greeters that you see all of the time but another 25 percent are employee fegsnals, judges, doctors. the more experience they are the better they are at their job. a lot of people are small business consultants some of their experience really counts. >> thank you. >> at the top of this newscast i mentioned breaking news had just come in about the cyclist lance armstro armstrong. we have heard he has made a dramatic confession about using performance enhancing drugs after years of denying it. that is a hit. from the journalist of fox news on this monday fox report. ink . now t $6 back in staples rewards for every ink cartridge you recyc when you spend $50 on hp in staples. th was easy. starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, ch
will ask if the united states of america is, in fact, a safe bet. the full faith and credit of the united states of america is not a bargaining chip. >> bret: the president of the united states today. his last news conference of the first term. quick reaction from mitch mcconnell who released this statement -- the president and his allies need to get serious about spending. debt limb debate is the perfect time for it. i know the most important issue confronting the issue of the country is deficit and debt. so we are hoping for a new seriousness on the part of the president with regard to the single biggest issue confronting the country. we look forward to doing so about the huge, huge problem. yonah goldberg. kirsten powers. charles krauthammer. okay, charles, start with the debt ceiling talk. what you heard from the president. >> the tone was remarkable. he talk about the republicans being suspicious of the social security and medicare by the oldest saw that you could hear. then he added making sure empovrished children get food. that's over the top. he said i love to hang out with a con
: thank you. >> you bet. >> bret: some things if everyone that is not a good thing. topic is new regulation. shannon bream on the regulatory agenda and the wide reach. >> by law, they are required to release accounting of the proposed federal regulation each april and october. but that didn't happen last year. the obama administration released the 2012 regulatory agenda on the friday afternoon before christmas. >> the fact that this snuck in after the election in the holiday season when people were otherwise occupied with the families not surprising. >> the current line-up of proposes steps of thousands of pages. >> this is all of the federal agencies, many of whom have thousands of the regulations. in small type. it goes on and on and on. there is no way any human being could sit down to read this thing from front to back. if they could, they would get a metal. >> the american action forum says many lack the relevant fiscal. implementation could cost $123 billion. take 13 million man hours. the regulators draft the rules without the congressional involvement to give them power t
are in the bet room, right? bath roo. take your shorts, throw hem in the trash and pretend nothing happened. >> he is not that embarrassed. he told everybody. >> and he had the stomach surgery. >> you know what this is? a humble brag. this wasn't about him sharting. it was about him sharting in the white house which was the not so white house when he took a poop in the white house. >> go ahead. >> you go away first. >> he chickened out. what is it like to manage a chart-p toking boy band. but first, why was this airline passenger taped to his seat? john gibson gives his side of the story. >>> he went a little crazy midair. so they taped him to a chair. it was a flight that was bound to iceland. not sure where that is. this guy got so epically hammered he had to be duct taped to his seat. according to a witness he drank a full bottle of booze and then started grabbing women and choked other passengers, screamed that the plane was going to crash and also spat on people, past tense of spit. his behavior prompted passengers and crew, aka, the fun plus, to bound and gag him. i guess they don't u
right now? bet? >> eric: i will take -- who do you like? >> bob: i likebe 49ers. >> eric: i like jim harbaugh, too. >> bob: if you give me seven points i'll take ravens. >> eric: you got it. >> bob: all right. >> dana: what does that mean? >> eric: niners have to win by that. >> kimberly: why would you give him -- >> eric: a young quarterback. >> kimberly: tremendous poise and pressure. >> bob: all right. >> greg: by the way, did any of you see the last episode of "downtown abbey" sen three? you are in for a shock! democrat explains your hairdo -- >> kimberly: that explains your hairdo. >> bob: one more thing is up next. ♪ ♪ >> dana: time for one more thing. i have a cute one but i have to go last. >> eric: quickly for the kids out there who wonder if you're smart enough to be president or vice president. believe me, you are. watch. >> i'm proud to be president of the united states. you am prouder to -- but i am prouder to be -- [ applause ] i'm proud to be vice president of the united states. i'm prouder to be president barack obama's vice president. >> eric: just follow a camer
you. i bet he knows some folks to pro for you to in other parts of can the runty. -- of the country, michael, come back soon, will you. >> thank you, sir, i sure will. lou: when are record revenues just not enough? when wall street wants more, apple bruised in after-hours trading, we'll have the story, and ho how many and how much dos it take to question a secretary of state? the answer in tonight's chalk talk. next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. ♪ lou: you know, i would hope to use the jock talk to keep you a list of new insights , new revelations. that is not the way it worked out. we did not get anything in a way of answer today from secretary clinton. instead to we got what amounted to political theater to a theater, if you will, that was more farce, theater of the assert my call it what you will. it was
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